I offer a range of half-day skills development workshops for organisation's to present to their team or community.
I have collaborated with industry professionals to develop and co-facilitate these sessions. In doing so, we bring knowledge that is relevant to the area of development (e.g. Marketing) combined with my knowledge of the Arts, understanding the sensitivities to this sector. Together, the co-facilitators and I have created workshops that are informative, thoughtful and engaging.
These sessions can be delivered at your venue at introductory or advanced levels depending on your team or groups' needs.
We’ll walk through the various steps to applying for a grant, share some hot tips and workshop your own application for some hands-on learning and support.
I have extensive experience in this area, having secured over $2M in government funding for artists and organisations, and assessing hundreds of applications over the past five year for federal, state and local government.
This workshop will cover some of the financial essentials needed for independent practitioners. We'll guide you through invoicing, super and GST, financial forecasting, budgets, and more, and provide hands-on support so you can apply what you've learnt to your own practice.
Co-Facilitator: Erin Chew
Erin is a Chartered Accountant with a background in financial accounting. She has spent the majority of her career working in the entertainment & media sector alongside a wide variety of individuals and businesses. She enjoys sharing her skills and knowledge with non-finance folk and in turn, she loves learning about industries outside of her own!
Note: Erin is not a tax agent and is therefore unable to provide tax advice.
Marketing & Communications
This workshop is about how to share and communicate what you do. We'll look at ways of becoming more comfortable with the idea of promoting you and your practice in an authentic way and, together, we’ll work on your messaging and help you identify the best channels to share your work and build your audience.
Co-Facilitator: Jamie Toyne
Jamie has coached and consulted hundreds of entrepreneurs globally, helping them start, develop, grow and exit their businesses. He currently runs a development program for First Nations enterprises here in Central Australia.